'Aqua Teen Hunger Force':
Frylock (Carey Means), the only reasonable member of the group, is a box of french-fried potatoes. Potatoes with power.
Meatwad (Dave Willis) rounds out the squad, with his - you guessed it - round mound of meat. And he is talented, too; at any given moment, he can take the shape of a hot dog or an igloo.
Carl is the would-be womanizer who lives next door. He supervised the Team in his pool while he smokes his cigars.
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Throughout high school and college, Willis created short films, worked as a local production assistant and did graphic arts. He eventually began working at Cartoon Network, slowly moved through the ranks and became the producer of Space Ghost: Coast to Coast. There he began working with his writing partner, Matt Maiellaro.
Matt Maiellaro was born in Pensacola, Florida, in 1966. He attended the University of Central Florida, the University of Southern Mississippi and received his associate's degree at Pensacola Junior College.
His entertainment career began at a public television station based at Pensacola Junior College. After a brief stint working at TBS answering viewer mail, Maiellaro worked on the feature film Darkman as a production assistant. He also served as assistant director on Hellraiser III Children of the Corn II, Ring of Steel and Kleptomania He then moved to San Francisco to develop video games. In 1993, he returned to Atlanta as a writer on Space Ghost: Coast to Coast where he met co-creator Dave Willis.
Maiellaro and Willis pitched Aqua Teen Hunger Force, based on three talking fast food products that appeared in a never produced Space Ghost episode. Cartoon Network miraculously gave them the greenlight, and after premiering in September, 2001, Aqua Teen Hunger Force is one of the most popular shows on Adult Swim.